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Recent moves in the US suggest that the country is bringing in its own version of the retail distribution review “through the backdoor”, according to Capgemini Consulting’s Rod Bryson.
With central banks in the spotlight this week JP Morgan Asset Management has warned it is important that the Federal Reserve does not overreact.
The brouhaha over Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia is just the latest sideshow in the US presidential election circus. While it is unlikely to derail her campaign, it has served once again to highlight the fact that a Trump presidency remains a possibility and markets are increasingly concerned.
The sell-off over concerns that the Federal Reserve may raise rates on 21 September could develop into a good buying opportunity if economic growth persists, according to Trevor Greetham, head of multi asset at Royal London Asset Management.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has settled charges against two investment advice firms after some clients were unaware that they were being charged more than the single fee they were paying for investment services.
European investors have been dismissing US equities as too expensive for a couple of years. But as the S&P 500 continues to outperform other equity markets, appetite for the asset class is again on the rise.
An Israeli judge has ordered that the state suspend work on the implementation of America’s foreign account tax compliance act (Fatca), a move welcomed by deVere Group chief executive Nigel Green.
A US bankruptcy court hearing into Providence Financial Investments, the Miami-based parent of Providence Global which was wound up in Guernsey last month, was told by the firm’s chief restructuring officer, who examined the books, that “nothing in this company is working”.
Thirteen financial advice firms have been fined a combined $2.2m (£1.7m, €1.9m) by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for making false claims in relation to the ill-fated ETF manager F-Squared Investments, which filed for bankruptcy last July.
Axa has won a landmark court case in the US against investors who accused the French insurer of charging excessive fees on variable annuity products.
Controversial former US baseball star Jose Canseco has developed something of a cult following after several of his contrarian market predictions have come true.
Investment advisers in the US will need to provide more information to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as the regulator steps up its monitoring of the asset management industry.
American Citizens Abroad (ACA), a campaign group for US citizens living overseas, has called on the US Treasury Department to amend Fatca regulations which would allow US expats to hold bank accounts exempt from the stringent reporting standards.
US athletes could be on track to see their Olympic and Paralympic gold, silver and bronze medals shine more brightly with Congress expected to make tax breaks for winners a ‘top priority’, according to media reports.
A former professional American football player has been charged by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for running a $10m (£7.7m, €9m) investment fraud that promised returns as high as 20%.
US insurance giant MetLife reported a drop in net income of 94% to $64m (£48m, €57m) for the second quarter after bringing forward an annual review of its variable annuities business as it looks to offload a substantial part of its US retail business.
The US Federal Reserve’s decision to hold rates at 0.25-0.5% announced Wednesday surprised nobody, but the accompanying rhetoric suggested a more hawkish stance is emerging.
US-based AQR Capital Management is to open an office in Hong Kong to focus on sales and client servicing while evaluating China's investor base.
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